Human rights activist, Israel Joe has cautioned Nigerians against putting too much faith in the accuracy of the equipment used for DNA testing in the country.
In a Facebook post on Thursday, Joe raised the alarm on the issue of fake paternity test results, warning that some equipment used for DNA testing in Nigeria is faulty.
According to Israel Joe, some of the equipment used in Nigeria for DNA testing are faulty, and this can result in errors and inaccuracies in the results obtained.
“Don’t put too much trust in equipment used for DNA testing in Nigeria. Some are faulty”, He wrote.
See his post below,
Meanwhile, a woman has taken to social media to narrate the heartbreaking tale of how a man just discovered that he’s not the biological father of four out of his five children.
The unnamed man and his wife have been married for a while now, with their eldest child being 17 years old. He had worked hard to provide for them and had been actively involved in their lives. However, things started to unravel during the family’s recent visit to the hospital.
It was gathered that one of the five children was severely ill and needed a blood transfusion, and it was to his shock when doctors told him his blood didn’t match the child’s. Continue reading…